Eat, drink, and be fabulous!
xx, T & S
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A few days ago, I posted Canadian supermodel Daria Werbowy‘s cover for Vogue Paris‘ February 2012 issue, along with the exciting news that a 70-page editorial featuring Daria and Daria alone was inside. Today we’ve got highlights from that very spread, which features our favourite model in Las Vegas, sporting the very best the Spring 2012 runways had to offer.
Intrigued? See the full editorial here. Enjoy!
Images via TFS
And if the fabulous cover isn’t enough to get our fellow Daria fans excited, this little tidbit should: the supermodel stars in her very own 70-page editorial inside. You read right – 70 whole pages of Daria! We cannot wait to get our hands on this issue.
xx, T & S
It was announced earlier this year that Gisele Bündchen would be covering Emmanuelle Alt’s first Vogue Paris issue as editor-in-chief, and today we catch our first glimpse of the April 2011 cover. Photographed in St. Barts by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matatin, the cover features Bündchen in a white sheer number from Dolce & Gabbana’s Spring 2011 collection.
As lovely as the cover is, I’m feeling a tad on the underwhelmed side. I was expecting more from the combination of Emmanuelle + Gisele + Inez +Vinoodh. What do you think of Alt’s first outing as editor-in-chief?
Shocking news in the fashion world this Friday morning! Carine Roitfeld, current Editor-in-Chief of Vogue Paris, has decided to step down after 10 years at the helm. Here’s an English translation of the announcement on Vogue.fr:
“After 10 years as editor in chief of Vogue Paris, Carine Roitfeld decides to leave the magazine. (Her) departure will be effective in a few weeks. Carine Roitfeld wishes to devote to personal projects that are dear to (her) heart. Under (her) leadership, Vogue Paris has become a global benchmark and a magazine must. Carine Roitfeld has given the magazine a new dimension, with a bold look in collaboration with leading photographers in the world. These 10 years have resulted in consistent growth performance both in broadcast advertising in Vogue Paris. “Carine has marked the history of Paris Vogue with her incredible talent as a stylist and editor. She will be missed,” said Jonathan Newhouse, Chairman of Conde Nast International. “I regret the decision by Carine, although I understand it. A page turns and begins a new stage for this brand strong, powerful and sure of its values,” said Xavier Romatet, Chairman of Conde Nast France.” (via TFS)
Certainly there are many unanswered questions at this point, including the biggest question mark of all – who’s in the running to take over as Editor-in-Chief and who will ultimately take one of the fashion world’s top jobs? Stay tuned!
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For the past few months, I’ve been on the hunt for military pins to amp up some of my blazers and jackets, but have thus far come up with squat because I keep encountering the same problems: the pins I’m finding are either too fake or too real. The too fake ones are of the cheesy, plastic variety, while the too real ones are authentic, sometimes battle-worn and rather eerie. Seeing this Vogue Paris editorial though inspires me to continue on my search. I think I need the hat too. Etsy, here I come…
TFS via Fashion Gone Rogue
Why do I still not have this issue in hand? Daria’s shots in the editorial are absolutely mesmerizing. And I want everything in these five photos. Except for the human accessory. Unless he had something to do with Daria’s hair/makeup/wardrobe…in which case, we can be friends.
I need to go out and get myself a copy of this issue. With Daria on the cover and Tom, Kate and more Daria inside, you can’t possibly go wrong.
Daria is one of my favourite models of all time, not only because her editorials always stunning but also because she is an endearing character. For example, she swore–presumably out of nervousness–during her speech at the televised Walk of Fame ceremony last September. If that doesn’t warm your heart then I don’t know what would!
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